Tom Prim 
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Re: “Support Snafu


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Posted by Tom Prim on 12/11/2012 at 10:14 AM

Re: “Support Snafu

And they Say things as/like to:
It's amazing at the lengths the opponents of the Rosemont Copper project will go to tarnish the good name of this company.

to leave the only other option, and start a fight, to enter into contact connection at all to slowly rebound and move their company along, which sounds like some personally owned biz, working head over heels and so no one potentially answering every detail. Its all attitude, big man $$ and power, unfortunately.
ethics people hearts not shall to be rooted low so shallow to Flower and burst over joy and happiness about an open pit in our mother earth. I have compassion for people and try let my empathy get me somewhere and DO draw the line Here since A mine doesn't have legs and live yet. A mine here IN AZ Tucson etc is just not just Practical if so you see it even then as practical..the old world is dying and Peace and Harmony world being born, A mine Here has no place in addition to our deserts. Wanna mine with your desert. or A Desert with your Mine. lol



OMG YES YES yes EL TOUR WHAT is up, I will forgive them, but I did NOT pertain to these shady rosemont commercials, one about riding bikes safely and its just what an artist would do to GET their hands in on some bread of tomorrow.
Posted by SonoranWinds on 12/06/2012 at 12:04 PM

I disapprove of this stunt by Rosemont (and yes I disapprove of the mine). And while I can understand a desperate nonprofit accepting donations from Rosemont, I suggest that Perimeter Bicycling should give it back. It's dirty money, and the El Tour should care more about the environment.

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Posted by Tom Prim on 12/10/2012 at 6:59 PM

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